Brooklyn-based filmmakers Mika Altskan and Matvey Fiks follow street photographer Daniel Arnold over three days and across the five boroughs as the photographer homes in on his subjects—teenagers lifting weights in an alleyway, grandmothers gossiping on a boardwalk bench, a father who pantomimes throwing his son in a trash can—depicting the diverse, chaotic energy of the city, and Arnold’s method of capturing the moments that can slip past others in all of their humanity-revealing glory.
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The ambience ,the vibe, the atmosphere, the little animation touches, the sound design, the camera movement, everything transported us to the location and the activity itself. The technical aspects immensely up lifted the narrative of the video here. Absolutely worth the watch, absolutely worth the share and absolutely worth the click!
I would have to agree sadly. I got annoyed watching it and didn't finish. It's like I was watching a call of duty trailer without the dubstep. or a michael bay trailer without explosions. just not my thing.
I find it refreshing to see a relatively high profile photographer not using a damn Leica!
I know they're good and all that, though seeing a G2 being used as a workhorse gives us lesser geared people a prime example that you don't need the "best" (most expensive) camera to take great photos!
Thanks Daniel Arnold, your'e the hero we need!
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